Crochet Resolutions for the New Year
Share Your Crocheting Goals!

The new year is a perfect time to set some crochet resolutions. Setting some goals for your crocheting in the new year is a great idea!

What do you want to do in this year? Learn how to crochet? Teach someone how to crochet? Crochet and donate an item to a charity? Finish that project that you keep putting off? Organize your crochet supplies?

Whatever it is, as a crochet enthusiast, it is fun to set some goals for the coming year - and to write them down so you can keep track!

And what better a place to write them down, than here! When you share your crochet goals with the rest of the crochet community on this site, you have the added opportunity to win some really great prizes!

The Contest - Share Your Resolution(s) for the New Year

Contest Ran from January 1, 2011 - January 31, 2011.

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Contest Entries from Other Visitors

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Find a Local Place to Donate 
I have new and used crochet tools that I'd love to donate, but I'm having trouble finding a local organization to accept them. My resolution this year …

Crochet Resolution 
My crochet resolution is to learn to crochet. I made a potholder and I practiced on a easy afghan when I was a teenager, but I forgot all that I had …

I Want to be More Creative! 
I am challenging myself this year! I have organized my yarn, finished unfinished projects, and needed something to do! So now I am in the process of …

Supporting and Caring 
I resolve to crochet for the Navy/Marine Relief Society at least three (3) times a week. To make layettes for low income military families, many who have …

Make Realistic Resolutions
For a Change
I lead Project Angel Kisses Ministry for preemies. Like lots of people, I promise myself to make a certain number of items to donate to our NICU's every …

I Suppose I'm Hopeful 
I have a list, but the most important is: crochet an afghan as pretty as possible for my parents, to celebrate their love and 30th anniversary. I started …

Expanding My Crochet Skills in 2011 
I've been crocheting for 8 years and I finally feel that I'm at a place where I can create my own designs and patterns. My New Year's resolution is to …

Crochet Resolution for the New Year 
I am going to try to finish items I started, and put away, so I could finish some other crochet project, I am going to complete the tablecloth for my daughter, …

To Learn to Cochet 
My resolution for this coming year is to learn how to crochet.

My Crochet Resolution 2011 
It gives me great satisfaction to make homemade items for family members at Christmas time. My 2011 resolution is to get an early start on my Christmas …

Rose Tablecloth 
I have a pattern for a beautiful tablecloth with roses crocheted in it. I have completed a tablecloth for 2 of my children and would like to complete this …

Time Slips Through Our Fingers 
Time has a way of slipping through our fingers. This month, my Mother will have passed away 7 years already from Alzheimer's Disease, and it feels …

Crochet for Charity 
My resolution for 2011 is to make 5 hats for the Bridge and Beyond Project ( ). Bridge and Beyond's mission is to …

Get Rid of the OLD
and Try on the NEW
I am going to categorize all of my balls of yarn and use small scraps of yarn for trims. By the end of 2011, I hope to have depleted my stash of yarn by …

Crochet for Fun and Mission! 
I am not an expert in crocheting. Actually, one of my students was shocked upon seeing my screen with the Crochet Resolution Contest flashed on it and …

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Thanks for all the great contest entries! Voting is open now until February 6, 2011 at 12 noon! To vote go to: …

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